How to Change the Tape in a Dymo D1 Label Cassette

by Rick PaulasUpdated September 03, 2019

Dymo is one of the most popular brands of label makers, used in many kinds of offices. Once the D1 label maker runs out of labels, a new cassette needs to be inserted.

Open the label maker.

Pull the old cassette from the label maker.

Insert the new cassette. Make sure the labels on the cassette are facing outward. The label maker has an arrow drawn on the inside showing you how to face the cassette.

Print a test label to make sure the cassette is positioned properly inside and facing the correct direction.


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Rick Paulas is a freelance writer based out of Los Angeles. He has been writing professionally since 2005. He has previously written for "McSweeney's,", "Vice Magazine" and "Radar Magazine," and has worked as an editor for "The Coming," "Duct Tape & Rouge," and "TSB Magazine." Paulas holds a Bachelor of Arts in telecommunications and advertising from Michigan State University.

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